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What Is a Motor Scooter?
- Mar 17, 2018 -

Scooters are vehicles that operate on two wheels. Its typical feature is that it runs through the frame, allowing the cyclist to sit across the seat in a bicycle and provide a flat floor for the foot. Scooters are engine-driven, and drive systems and engines are usually connected to the rear axle or fixed under the vehicle seat. There is usually some storage space under the seat or as an attachment to the frame.

Scooter wheel diameters range from 8 inches to 12 inches (20-28 cm). This makes motorcycles the preferred mode of transport in urban areas in developed or developing countries because of the low maintenance costs and the shift to safety. Compared to motorcycles, motorcycles are quieter, carry fewer legal restrictions, and require relatively little riding skills.


Editor’s Note: This post was Published by Proffy.com  on 17 March,2018.

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